Fall into Wyoming: 5 Things To Do


Fall into Wyoming: 5 Things To Do


Wyoming has many different attractions to offer this upcoming Fall! You don’t want to miss out on these opportunities!

WILD Festival:

“Films with bite, stories with heart” A film festival focused on the issues that matter, stories that need telling and wildlife worth saving. Join us at the Center for the Arts this fall for 8 days of inspiring films, filmmaker Q&A’s and events celebrating our natural world. September 27th-October 3rd in Jackson, WY.

Snowy Mountain Brewery Beerfest: Saratoga Resort and Spa:

The second annual Snowy Mountain Brewery Beerfest in beautiful Saratoga, Wyoming on Saturday, October 3rd, 2015.  Come sample the finest craft beer in the Rocky Mountains from Wyoming and Colorado breweries. Enjoy LIVE music, German-themed food, beer foot soaks, hops body scrubs and hop oil massages. The fun begins at noon in the mineral hot springs courtyard at the Saratoga Resort and Spa.

The SHIFT Festival:

An in-depth exploration of outdoor access, responsible recreation, conservation, leadership & youth engagement for communities striving to live in balance with nature. October 7th-10th in Jackson, WY.


The 5th annual Biketoberfest, hosted by the Sheridan Community Land Trust (SCLT) on October 10th. Pick from a 4-mile Fun Run or Bike Race, 7-mile Trail Run, or 15-mile Mountain Bike Race. Races start and end at the Sheridan County Fairgrounds where Domino’s pizza and Black Tooth Brewing Company beer (age 21+) await you! Registesr for one of the races at http://biketoberfest.itsyourrace.com/event.apx?id+3276.

21st Annual Trolley Ghost Tours:

October 23-25 & 28-30 21st Annual Ghost Trolley Tours. 6 & 7:30 p.m. Historic Depot, 121 W 15th St. Illuminating the spirits of the wild and wooly cowboys and Indians who once inhabited the vast prairie. Expect numerous bumps in the night as the Trolley travels through the haunted highways and paranormal passages of Cheyenne.


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  1. Al Anderson

    January 17, 2016 at 10:04 am

    I went to the Snowy Mountain Brewfest in October of last year. I saw one WY brewery (Snowy Mountain in the inn) the rest were from CO. Very small crowd-around 70 people or so.

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